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Meaning & Definition of Trouble in English

English

Trouble

/trəbəl/

noun

1. A source of difficulty

  • "One trouble after another delayed the job"
  • "What's the problem?"
    synonym:
  • trouble
  • ,
  • problem

2. An angry disturbance

  • "He didn't want to make a fuss"
  • "They had labor trouble"
  • "A spot of bother"
    synonym:
  • fuss
  • ,
  • trouble
  • ,
  • bother
  • ,
  • hassle

3. An event causing distress or pain

  • "What is the trouble?"
  • "Heart trouble"
    synonym:
  • trouble

4. An effort that is inconvenient

  • "I went to a lot of trouble"
  • "He won without any trouble"
  • "Had difficulty walking"
  • "Finished the test only with great difficulty"
    synonym:
  • trouble
  • ,
  • difficulty

5. A strong feeling of anxiety

  • "His worry over the prospect of being fired"
  • "It is not work but worry that kills"
  • "He wanted to die and end his troubles"
    synonym:
  • worry
  • ,
  • trouble

6. An unwanted pregnancy

  • "He got several girls in trouble"
    synonym:
  • trouble

verb

1. Move deeply

  • "This book upset me"
  • "A troubling thought"
    synonym:
  • disturb
  • ,
  • upset
  • ,
  • trouble

2. To cause inconvenience or discomfort to

  • "Sorry to trouble you, but..."
    synonym:
  • trouble
  • ,
  • put out
  • ,
  • inconvenience
  • ,
  • disoblige
  • ,
  • discommode
  • ,
  • incommode
  • ,
  • bother

3. Disturb in mind or make uneasy or cause to be worried or alarmed

  • "She was rather perturbed by the news that her father was seriously ill"
    synonym:
  • perturb
  • ,
  • unhinge
  • ,
  • disquiet
  • ,
  • trouble
  • ,
  • cark
  • ,
  • distract
  • ,
  • disorder

4. Take the trouble to do something

  • Concern oneself
  • "He did not trouble to call his mother on her birthday"
  • "Don't bother, please"
    synonym:
  • trouble oneself
  • ,
  • trouble
  • ,
  • bother
  • ,
  • inconvenience oneself

5. Cause bodily suffering to and make sick or indisposed

    synonym:
  • trouble
  • ,
  • ail
  • ,
  • pain

Examples of using

You can save yourself the trouble.
If it means what I think it means, we're in trouble.
I'm sorry to have caused you all this trouble.